PHOTOS: Rafael Nadal relaxes on a yacht with friends

Rafael Nadal will be back in action in just a couple of weeks time but is taking a short break to recharge his batteries before the North American summer hard-court season. He was spotted on his yacht enjoying some time with friends in Spain.

Photos via Rafamania Facebook

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20 thoughts on “PHOTOS: Rafael Nadal relaxes on a yacht with friends

  1. glennis

    do hope you had a nice time on your break,will be back in mallorca next week for another short hoilday,hope your well rested and well vamos rafa.

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  2. Elaine Crowder

    Rafa I am so glad you are having relaxation, rest, and taking it easy with your friends,

    after working so hard on clay and then needing to adapt to grass.

    So great to see you on the boat and having fun,

    Love and prayers,

    AlaineXXSydneyXXAustraliaXX

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  3. That’s the way to do it Rafa! Relax your mind, body and soul. Now Wimbledon is behind him, there’s plenty to win in North America. I think Rafa needs do better at converting break points and make his second serve less attackable. Perhaps he should have a look at a video of his 2010 US Open final victory over Novak, where he served exceptionally well.

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  4. Dado que estamos en Nuestra España es por lo que escribo en castellano para desearte un par de semanas extraordinarias de relax y esparcimiento recargando así pilas, baterías etc. etc. Desde Canarias te sigo hasta estando abordo, disfruta muy mucho lo tienes bien merecido. C. Javier

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  5. Jeff Tuller

    Rafa should come out with a veangence in Canadian Masters and Cincinnati . He was so close to perfecting his game on grass that I think he’ll improve futher on the hard Court . He still needs to play closer to the baseline on his return game ! The serve has been good to great and the volley game is outstanding . I think Rafa should just try to attack as much as possible and play less of the defensive game just like he does on clay !Vamos Rafa !

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  6. Tere Santiago

    No girls? Para relajarse esta muy serio. Buen masaje, buena música, cerveza bien fría y alguien a quien abrazar. Bregue campeón!!

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  7. Gail Brewer

    I pulled so hard for you. Actually, I wanted Rafa/Roger final. Love you Rafa. You’re so humble and kind to everybody. I use to play tennis, but now I’m using a walker. I want so badly to see you at the U.S. Open AND meet you before you retire. But tickets are too expensive and I’d probably be in the nosebleed section. Anyway keep healthy and keep playing. Vamos Rafa.
    Gail Brewer in Destin, Fl

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    1. PUMA

      To Jason: Rafa is only 31 and can win 5 more if he enjoys playing tennis. The biggest risk for his fans and for ending his carreer is if he prefers to enjoy his life outside tennis.

      WAMOS WAMOS WAMOS

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    2. VYE DORMAN

      EASY IF HE KEEPS PLAYING THE FRENCH. bU I WANT TO SEE HIM WIN JUST ONE MORE aUSTRALIAN AND CREATE HISTORY. EVEN THE SWISS HASN’T WON THEM ALL TWICE AND IS NEVER LIKELY TO. HE WILL NEVER WIN ANOTHER FRENCH.

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    3. mjus

      jason,

      he is going to win French open next year. That means three and then i think the best thing is to win the us open this year which he will have an opportunity then winning ao next year. That will be only one. Then next year the ultimate revenge in london.

      I know totally unrealistic. he should take it grandslam by grandslam. But Carlos should focuss on improving nadal game. Like i said before his main struggle right know is his performances against big servers. He is insecure when he faces them. Therefore he should improve his return and courtposition.

      HIs return should be like a djokovic return. He also needs to mix his return up. Take a page out of federer playbook. The way he returned cilic serve.

      When nadal is returning serve most of the time he is returning cross court and by standing far behind the baseline his returns are falling short.

      I dont see him blocking the return or returning down the line

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